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Travel Food Guide: What to Eat in Greenfield Weekend Market.
Night Food Market with So Mot Viet Taste, The Cut Premium Meat, Fingers and Flavors, and 77 Degrees
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Catch the summer theme night food market on weekends by Greenfield Weekend Market at the Central Park of Greenfield District. Run by the experienced full-line real estate developers in the country today, Greenfield Development Corporation continues to level up the outdoor dining experience with the concept of country-style theme and amplifying its product offerings in anticipation for the summer season.
Nigh food market at Greenfield Weekend Market

Greenfield District… keeps a tradition of originality and variety when it comes to cheering habitues and newcomers every Saturday evening. For foodies, the dining adventure in the hangout goes beyond the conventional and traditional for a truly memorable gustatory experience.” - The Greenfield Weekend Market.

What to eat in Greenfield Weekend Market?

So Mot Viet Taste. The guys from this Vienamese cuisine gladly demonstrate how to make an authentic rolled rice pancakes (Banh Cuon). She filled it with ground pork and mushroom then rolled it over, sliced into half. A serving of rice pancakes comes with side dish made of julienne cut carrots, turnips, and kikiam. 
So Mot's rolled rice pancakes with side dish

So Mot's rolled rice pancakes
Fingers and Flavors. Chicken fingers comes in five flavors, since we preferred the spicy versions, we had the Honey Srirachi and Peri-Peri (the hottest we thought). You may add P10 to make the side dish into chips instead of plain rice.
Fingers and Flavors in Honey Sriracha and Peri-Peri



The Cut Premium Meat. Hungarian sausages on stick are great for on the go eats, it cost P65 per stick. It comes in Cheese and Spicy flavor (their bestseller). Frozen Hungarian sausage are available, you can buy them at P400 for nine pieces.
Spicy Hungarian sausages from The Cut Premium Meat


77 Tea Bar. Milktea stopover, choose over milky or fruity bevy. It caught our attention mostly by its minimalist store interior, they offer 4 flavors of milk-based tea and 3 fruity juices at standard price of P100. It’s not “ma-yelo” compared to branded milkteas we frequent but you should be careful with the sugar level.

77 Degree's Honeydew and Thai Milk Tea

Other food choices to try soon. There are vendors that are really eye-catching and gastro-inviting, though we must admit, you can’t have them all in one sitting! And if you’re into supporting local food vendors, this is a place worth visiting. What to try next?

Meals:
Carnivore Cookery’s smoked meat for 12 hours
Raffy’s Belly Good Cebu lechon belly and lechon sisig
Habib's shawarma
Shumagorath’s takoyaki and ramen






Desserts:
The Blissful Story’s home-made carabao ice cream
BPX’s buko pandan based dessert
Dalawang Milkmen’s Greek yogurt
Tipsy Cream’s alcoholic ice cream

Tipsy Cream

The Blissful Story

The Blissful Story

Buko Pandan Xtreme


Dalawang Milkmen


Other food stall serves the traditional combo Filipino dishes, several milktea counter, as well as beverages station. For native sweets and desserts, there are lechen flan, cheese cake and DIY dessert cups. It's a weekend market so there are fruits, culinary herbs, spices, organic vegetables, brown rice, and salted eggs, as well for urbanites’ kitchen.

Making Greenfield Weekend Market more fascinating are the other stalls selling non-food items. For visitors looking for embroidered lockets, clay necklaces, key chains, vintage rings, necklaces, bracelets and artworks, colorful indoor and outdoor lanterns, hand-painted shirts, bags and dresses. Also, there are stalls selling books, vinyl records, shirts, artworks, toys, toiletry items, and many others, the Market is your type of chill.
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The Weekend Market also promises a lot of fun activities for adults and children. There are live portrait artists willing to sketch you up, there’s a fortune-telling booth ready to give you advice, and even a photo print tent where you can take home photo souvenirs.

Enhancing the dining and leisure at the weekly affair are the jazz musicians. They start playing soft music at 6 p.m. until closing time.

The Greenfield Weekend Market is Greenfield Development Corporation's innovative way of giving a unique urban living experience for professionals and urban dwellers. Of the few weekend markets in Metro Manila, only this one at Greenfield District promises to be a treasure trove for foodies, art enthusiasts, shopping addicts and country-style nature-lovers. For those looking for a refreshing and wholesome bonding time with friends and loved ones, or wanting to enjoy the holiday vibe, the Greenfield Weekend Market is the best place to visit.


Greenfield Weekend Market
Greenfield District
Mandaluyong City

www.greenfield.com.ph








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PhOligo all–pupose prebiotic powder
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PhOligo is a plant-derived prebiotic powder, ready to eat with your daily food intake. Its main ingredient is made from natural fructooligosaccharides (oligofructose) from sugarcane. PhOligo helps balance the body’s microbiome by boosting the growth of beneficial bacteria while slowing down the harmful ones.
PhOligo all–pupose prebiotic powder mixed in iced coffee

The powder content is slightly sweet taste with high solubility. We tried it over tea, as well as in cold juice and iced coffee. As for food consumption, you can sprinkle it on your rice or just eat together with your biscuits. It’s also great with fresh fruits.

PhOligo all–pupose prebiotic powder mixed in pineapo

PhOligo’s main health function targets the improvement of digestive and intestinal micro-ecology.

FructoOligoSaccharides (FOS) became known “as functional food ingredient in market due to growing demand for healthy food. Research work has been done... Development of continuous methods for FOS production using immobilization has led to increase industrial production. Nutritional and functional properties have resulted in incorporation in variety of products such as bakery products, beverages, confectionery, fruit-based and dairy products. The health benefits associated with the consumption of these FOS has led to its increased popularity as food ingredients and they are also being promoted as functional food ingredient for product formulation.” Fructooligosaccharides: applications and health benefits. Shubhangi S. Khanvilkar, Shalini S. Arya.


A box of PhOligo includes 7 sachets (5 grams) at P45 per sachet.


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Clover Point of Sale Systems by Merchant Account SolutionsThis is a sponsored post.

As a business owner, there is always more to do, more customers to help, more orders to fill, more ways to improve. The Clover Station POS system is an excellent and good looking choice for a small to medium size business in need of a reliable and cost effective solution. It helps to lighten the work load. It is an all-in-one point of sale and payments system that gives you tools to help simplify running your business, so you can focus more on doing what you love. Check out below the 3 Clover Point of Sale systems that are useful for your business.


The Merchant Account Solutions clover station boasts enhanced features that help to get more work done. This powerful countertop POS system is sleek and technological advanced. It can track inventory, make payment, run reports, manage time sheets and print documents. This all-in-one device is easy to use and accept credit cards, debit cards, EVM chip cards as well as touchless payments. It does great reporting to keep owners aware of how the business is operating on a financial level as well as controlling the inventory.

Clover flex is a compact hand-held device which has all of the most popular features of the Clover system added to a single device. It offers the ultimate in mobility and usability. Clover Flex accepts any kind of transactions, EMV, Pin Debit, Chip and PIN. Tips can be adjusted on screen. It comes in a beautiful 5’ Gorilla-glass screen, has a built-in barcode scanner for inventory management, touch-screen front facing camera, internal thermal printer, long life battery lasting up to 8 hours and connects via WiFi or 4G. Clover Flex is easy to take with you and easy to hand to customers as they can dip, swipe, tap, enter a pin and sign, whether they are waiting in line, in the aisle or at the table.

The Booker clover mini is a cash register device that is powerful and allows you to quickly process payments or have access to a wide range of payment processing solutions. This compact countertop point of sale device provides customization options which allow hardware and components to be added at a later stage. It does not take up much space and is very sleek. Customers can make purchases by swiping, inserting their EMV chip cards, process touchless payments.

The Clover POS System makes it easier and faster to run a business using one device.





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Food Packaging 101: ePAC Flexible Packaging Food We all love snacking on beef jerky. This delicious snack is the preferred snack of Paleo and low carb high protein dieters. Those looking to shed a few pounds are singing jerky’s praises while enjoying this toothsome snack! Snacking on beef jerky in between meals is an ideal way to get protein and some fat in your diet, which is a must if you're trying to lose weight.

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Have you ever wondered how beef jerky in packages can retain their flavor and freshness even months after the production date? Manufacturers of beef jerky need to source for a good beef jerky packaging company like ePac Flexible Packaging besides getting the right food preservative agent like nitrogen gas and argon to retain the freshness and taste of the jerky.

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Have you ever wondered, “Is there food delivery near me where I can get something new and exciting?” Whether you’re adventurous and like trying new combinations or are just looking for one new ingredient to spruce up your meal, the following are six new pizza combinations you’ll be glad you tried.

1. Philly Steak, Green Peppers and Onions

If Philly cheesesteak is one of your go-to flavors for a hearty sandwich, you’ll love it on pizza. With fresh dough, thin-sliced Philly steak, crisp green peppers and flavorful onions, it will take you right back to the first time you gave Philly steak a try. Accompanied by provolone cheese, you just can’t miss with this combination.

2. Italian Sausage, Banana Peppers and Salami

Added to your favorite pepperoni pizza, Italian sausage, banana peppers and salami give your meal that extra juicy flavor you’re looking for. Not too hot, the banana peppers offer a subtle, sweet and spicy flavor, while the Italian sausage and salami add more flavorful meatiness.

3. Buffalo Sauce, Chicken and Bacon

Grilled chicken sitting atop a spicy buffalo sauce and sprinkled with plentiful bacon brings the heat you want in a pizza. Request these toppings from your best gluten free pizza delivery service, ask to add fresh-cut onions and your typical mozzarella cheese, and this could become your next smoking hot favorite!

4. Canadian Bacon, Bacon and Pineapple

Your favorite Hawaiian pizza just got better with the addition of extra bacon. The juicy pineapple gives you that sweet, tropical sensation, while hickory-smoked bacon brings you to a backyard barbecue. With a three-cheese blend, this pizza screams good flavor.

5. Extra Pepperoni, Parmesan and Italian Seasoning

Who says you can’t load on the pepperoni? With extra pepperoni that covers the entire surface of the pizza, parmesan cheese and a classic Italian seasoning blend, you’ll be taken right back to Italy with this combination.

6. Meatball, Pepperoni and Italian Seasoning

Take your pizza experience up a notch and crank up the protein with a pepperoni pizza covered in meatballs. A three-cheese blend and Italian seasoning top it off with extra flavors that will jump out at you.

As you can see, there are some serious flavor bombs that await your mouth. Check out the Papa John’s menu today to try one of these combinations!






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Travel Food Guide: What to eat in fat Fook Manila
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Fat Fook Manila is a Taiwanese themed restaurant affordably available for Filipinos who are fond of Taipei street foods and cuisine. We spent an afternoon snack in their Quezon City branch and the highlights of what to try in Fat Fook.

Taiwanese Sausage P288
Been hearing raves  about this Taiwanese Sausage, one of on the go munchies in Taipei. These sausages are loaded, but we prefer them well dipped in chili garlic sauce which is at that time not available in the area, along with any other sauces.

Satay Stir Fry Beef Noodle P228

The distincy herb in Satay flavor noodles are always interesting, this plate is good for two to three persons.

Chicken Chops P238
Another Fat Fook best seller are the Chicken Chops, we hope next time being an Asian restaurant, they have this dips and sauce choices. We Pinoys love something we called "sawsawan" right?

Cua Pao 228
To be honest, this Cua Pao is something, I rarely order cua pao because they look and taste so typical. But these fellow are (for us) the ones who gets our blockbuster rating! There's no need to ask for that extra sauces to add to its silver linings. Men they are good, taste like real Taiwan-made from the flour breading to its kick-butt herbs! :)

 Taiwan Style Fried Noodles P228

Classic Milktea P88
Wintermelon Milktea  P98






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Culinary Heritage Tour: How to make chicharon
Visit San Miguel features Goyena’s Chicharon
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How to make Chicharon
Watch how crispy pork rinds or pork cracklings are produced through deep frying after a step-by-step process of preparing the pork’s skin.

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Visit San Miguel
September 22, 2018




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Culinary Heritage Tour: How to make kesong puti
Visit San Miguel features Sweet Bulakenya 

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How to make Kesong Puti
Kesong puti's main ingredients are fresh milk and vinegar. Watch the video with Sweet Bulakenya resident cottage cheese maker.
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Visit San Miguel
September 22, 2018




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Travel Food Guide: What to eat in San Miguel Bulacan
A food trip discovery with BJ Snack House, Adam’s Pizza, Samara’s Buko Pie, Rasta Taco, Goyena’s Chicharon, Thumbs Up, Amazing Glaze Doughnuts, Grabites, Cristy’s Pastillas, Milktea Network, Sweet Bulakenya, and Arki’s Grill thru #VisitSanMiguel

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22 September 2018, San Miguel Bulacan – 10 food crawlers joined together to discover the bustling town of San Miguel, Bulacan. We have been so enthralled with this foodie adventure that we hardly noticed the time we’ve spent (in almost 16 hours on the road) not that we are complaining but the whole gastronomic encounter and immersion with the local entrepreneurs and its community is absolute gratifying! Visit San Miguel: Good Place. Good People. Good Food. is a Culinary Heritage Tour through a dynamic idea of Arki’s Grill owner Architect Ervin Garcia fueled by dedication to uplift his community he gathered around 10 start-ups and small-scale businesses in the food industry. These connoisseurs are what the youth of today call as “legit” from San Miguel roots. The activities are co-hosted by the office of Hon. Municipal Mayor Marivee Mendez – Coronel. The warmth and hospitality of the people of San Miguel created an inviting atmosphere to make a stopover when you are North-bound and seemingly their cuisines are a breather from the urban hype we normally consumed. Here’s a rundown of our food episode:
“Visit San Miguel: Good Place. Good People. Good Food.”

BJ SNACK HOUSE.Gotohan” is a staple quick stop over in most cities within and outside Manila. A goto is a warm rice porridge stewed and flavored with either beef’s internal organs (tuwalya) or pork meat. A hot bowl is served with hard-boiled egg, garnished with toasted garlic and spring onion, and flavored with squeezed calamansi, pepper, and patis (fish sauce). But these days Gotohan added a twist by making it overload with different kinds of garnish, actually a goto can be a versatile dish depending on your taste and mood.
The famous Gotong Baboy of BJ Snack House

What makes BJ Snack House stand out among local gotohan in San Miguel, Bulacan? We’ve discovered that their Gotong Baboy is best matched with Pan de Carne. An heirloom recipe from their grandmother, Nana Felicing. In 1979, a couple Vivencio Cruz Chico and Felicidad Ligon Chico established an eatery for San Migueleños, by year 1982 it was re-branded as BJ Snack House when the only daughter Gracita Chico Dimacale took over the management after Nana Felicing passed away. Named after Billy Johnson, the eldest grandchild of the household. In 2007 BJ Gotohan was closed due to unforeseen event. Its “suki” (frequent customers) often asked the family for the original Gotong Baboy. Jam, the youngest son of Gracita and younger brother of BJ sees an opportunity to revive his grandmother’s culinary flair. The management was joined by Jam’s childhood friend Lei, whom he considered Gracita as her second mother. BJ Snack House’s kitchen is under Billy Johnson cooking competence. Together with family and friends, they’ve come together to relive the memories and continue the legacy of BJ Snack House.
Pan de Carne - a must have when you visit BJ Snack House

Unrivalled pan de carne is a French-like made pastry with soft, moist and mild buttered bread with special meat captured our attention. Goto Overload can be dressed with chicharon bulaklak, liempo and fried chicken liver. Another offering they have which caught me by surprised during our visit – the family’s version of buro. I never tried buro even if my father-in-law (a certified Ilocano) cooks this dish regularly, the buro aroma doesn’t jive my taste buds. Lo and behold when Vance and I tried dipping the steamed vegetables with this pinkish dish which we initially thought as Bagoong Alamang, there after this bagoong is somewhat sour than the usual salty anchovies. Now I know why my fam jump with joy when they see a hot buro in our table!

How to get there?
BJ Snack House
Address: 328 Victor St. Poblacion, San Miguel, Bulacan 3011
Tel. Nos.: (044) 309-4088 and (0916) 250-6995
Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/bjsnackhouse/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bjsnackhouse


ADAM’S PIZZA and SAMARA’S BUKO PIE. We occasionally craved for pizza similar to 3M’s texture and taste, those pizzas that were like home-baked. On account of its simplicity we tend recall our childhood nibbles. We get to buy pizza nearby packed in a no-fuss carton, race to finished every slice, and we grab hold of every bite. Why? For the reason “kasi masarap.” Adam’s Pizza exudes the same simplicity and appeal. Owned and operated by young entrepreneurs, whom they named the food business after their son and daughter respectively.
These pizza combo from Adam's Pizza brings back childhood memories 

These pizzas and pies are hand-tossed personally by them; another new discovery was the Bicho pops and Bicho sticks – a sweetened fried bread served in hot in a small paper cup. These are great snack for kids I think. Samara’s Buko Pie are mini pies that can outwit Tagaytay and Laguna buko pie. What’s good about it is the pizzas, pies and bichos are prepared and baked every single day. They deliver it fresh, hot and insanely economical!
Adam's Pizza Bicho pops 

How to get there?
Adam’s Pizza and Samara’s Buko Pie
Address: San Miguel, Bulacan 3011
Tel. Nos.: 0917 623 9606
Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/FreshlyBakedAdamsPizza/


RASTA TACO. Signature Buffalo Wings is not your run-of-the-mill chili wings, in fact, Mary Ann C. Manabat’s recipe has a big potential. Every bite stings! We love to see Rasta Taco in Manila soon. Rasta Taco started in 2016, after watching YouTube recipe tutorials, she altered the recipes and made improvements. “Not all the YouTube tutorials I diligently followed, seems there are something missing in their recipes. That’s why I relied and followed my own recipe.
Rasta Taco's Buffalo Wings is the next big thing!

As a head start, Manabat is currently playing in her backyard kitchen. She accepts online orders and take-out.

How to get there?
Rasta Taco
Address: 379 Rizal St., Brgy. Poblacion, San Miguel, Bulacan 3011
Tel. Nos.: (0917) 960-5173
Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/ByChefSancho/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rastataco.ph


GOYENA’S CHICHARON. When in Bulacan, two food stuff comes in our mind – Chicharon and Pastillas (from gatas ng kalabaw), a popular “pasalubong”. Foodamn Philippines is privileged to visit Chicharon kitchen food demo. Goyena’s Chicharon is an heirloom recipe of their Inay Goyena.
Goyena's Chicharon food demo

Their chicharons are known to as whitish in color (noticed the brownish chicharon that is due to the cooking oil used). The owner explained that they change oils on a daily basis. In this sense, the chicharons are guaranteed crispy, whiter and have a longer shelf-life. Pork skin normally undergoes a process of sun-bathing (laid under the sun) at around one and a half hours. Quick fried and cools down before cutting them one by one in mini rectangular shapes. Then pork rinds are kept in a crate with beneath an absorbing paper. When the chicharons are ready to fry. They stayed in a talyasi (very large frying pan) with pre-heated oil. Minimal frying is done to cast of excess fats (pinagmamantika), these fatty oils are what the elders called as “pupur” which they recycle on other pork dish as cooking oil because of its “malasa” (tasty flavorful) result in home-cooked dishes they made. Another talyasi is filled with pre-boiled cooking oil is set beside the talyasi with chicharon pupur. This is where the real action happens, where they pour down the pre-fried chicharon and they started to pop out. In a few seconds, the chicharon is placed in container and garnished with salt, sometime with MSG (vetsin).
Truly "pampabata" Goyena's Chicharon

How to get there?
Goyena’s Chicharon
Address: San Miguel Public Market, Tecson St., 3008 San Miguel, Bulacan
Tel. Nos.: (044) 764-0074
Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/goyenaschicharon/


THUMBS UP. Festive lunch was served by soon-to-be couples, get greasy with this no fuss diner they have enough absolute grub from grilled dishes, kinilaw, and Pinoy native food. The Kinilaw na Tanigue caught our attention as well as the Kalamay with Latik. Have you tried grilled meats in one sitting? You can have them with Grilled Stuffed Pusit, Pork Sisig, and Grilled T-bone steak, you can perfectly match it with home-made atsara. Thumbs Up also offer Rasta Taco’s Signature Buffalo Wings.
Thumbs Up grilled and heirloom dishes

"Fighting!"

How to get there?
Thumbs Up”
Address: Tecson St., 3011 San Miguel, Bulacan
Tel. Nos.: (0915) 865-3540
Facebook Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/Thumbs-Up


AMAZING GLAZE DOUGHNUTS and GRABITES. A latest dough player in town, Amazing Glaze uses the same glazing ingredients from its predecessors, though in comparison with the quality, texture, sweetness, whimsical decorations and varieties of Cherlyn Trudis Liwag‘s baked recipes can go against major brands. Her loved for baking was inherited from her grandmother kitchen when she first held a recipe book back in her teens. Along with Grabites, her candy-colored pastry shop concocted beverages infused with natural ingredients.

Black Lemonade with activated charcoal

Galaxy Lemonade with all-natural blue butterfly pea tea (tarnatea)

How to get there?
Amazing Glaze Doughnuts / Grabites
Address: Buencamino St. San Jose,, 3011 San Miguel, Bulacan
Tel. No.:..
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 Different Types of Rennet
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If you are a newbie in cheese making or you are just looking to perfect your knowledge about rennet, you are in the right place. This ingredient plays an integral role in the recipe of experienced cheese makers for a reason. It helps to turn the milk into a thick curd through the process called coagulation. Let’s take a look at different types of rennet available on the market.

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Liquid Rennet
For most people, this is the top choice of rennet for making cheese. The crucial advantage is that it is incredibly easy to work with since you can measure the dosage you need accurately. When it comes to the downside, keep in mind that they have a relatively short shelf life.

Powdered and Tablet Rennet
The choice between the two largely depends on your preference since they are quite similar. As the name suggests, tablet rennet comes in the form of pills, which can make it a bit hard to determine the accurate dosage the recipe requires. However, the advantage of tablets and powders is that they have an extended shelf life compared to liquid rennet. They are also more resistant to warmer climates.
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